The Divi Theme has a nice feature whereby you can use CSS IDs as anchor links. If you give one of your Divi Builder components (a section, module, etc) a CSS ID of, say, "jumptohere", then you can create a link of the form https://www.mysite.com/mypage/#jumptohere and when clicked it will take your user straight to the part of the page with that component.
Unfortunately Divi doesn't always scroll to the right place. Sometimes it will scroll a bit past the top of the target section. Here's what to do about it.
Fixing the Anchor Link Scrolling in the Divi Theme Options
Divi itself recognizes the problem and now has a setting which attempts to solve it. The setting is disabled by default, but you can enable it at:
Divi > Theme Options > Navigation > General Settings > Alternative scroll-to-anchor method
Fixing the Anchor Link Scrolling with Divi Booster
Divi Booster has had a feature to address the issue since version 2.1.8. It operates in a somewhat similar way to the option available in Divi (mentioned above). However, I've had some reports where the Divi Booster feature has worked where the built-in Divi option hasn't, so you may find it works for you.
You'll find the option at:
Divi > Divi Booster > Site-wide Settings > Links > Fix Divi anchor link scrolling